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Daoud Kuttab

Jerusalem/Amman, Jordan

Daoud Kuttab is a Palestinian journalist. He was born in Jerusalem in 1955. He is a former Ferris Professor of Journalism at Princeton University in the United States. Mr. Kuttab is the former director of the Institute of Modern Media at Al Quds University in Ramallah, Palestine and the founder of AmmanNet, the Arab world's first internet radio station. His personal web page is www.daoudkuttab.com. Close.

Daoud Kuttab

Jerusalem/Amman, Jordan

Daoud Kuttab is a Palestinian journalist. He was born in Jerusalem in 1955. He is a former Ferris Professor of Journalism at Princeton University in the United States. more »

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No Military Solution for Iran or Palestine

Before dealing directly with Iran, I believe that the U.S. must put more attention to reaching a comprehensive solution for Iraq.

Equal Rights For All Israel's Citizens

Israel's Palestinian citizens didn't come to Israel - Israel came to them.

Don't Continue Israel's Status Quo

Mr. President, please don't make the mistake of protecting the Israelis from their own arrogance.

To Gaza's Victims, Politics Means Little

The international community, obsessed with Iraq and Afghanistan, allowed this conflict to fester into helplessness.

Syria-Israel Talks Prove an Ideological Common Ground

The talks themselves represent a paradigmatic shift in the region.

Revive Bush's Promise for Mideast Peace

Carry out his own public promise to bring peace between Israel and the Palestinians before the end of his term.

Israel Must Adapt To Survive

The state of Israel as it is now will not exist in 100 years. But if it changes, it will happily celebrate its 100th birthday.

Israel's IPR Irony

It's ironic that Israel is on the worst-offender list of those stealing American creative talent.

Step Up Your Mideast Game, America

If the U.S. wants to be a referee between Israel and Palestine, it needs to step up its game.

The Annapolis Summit
Palestinians’ Power Lies in Rejection

Palestinians can’t afford not to attend, but worry they’ll be blamed again for failure if they do.

Israel Lobby Makes America Blind

The U.S. is finally realizing that a Palestinian state is good for America. If it weren’t for the Israel lobby, America might have realized that a long time ago - and avoided much Middle East misery.

Visit Checkpoints, Occupied Lands

I think the first thing that Blair as envoy should do is to travel throughout the occupied Palestinian territories and meet with ordinary people. He should visit the only crossing point out of the West Bank and realize the enormity of restrictions imposed on the movement of people and goods. He'll need to know this if he wants to succeed.

Richard Gere Attracts Israelis & Palestinians

Richard Gere came to visit the Middle East a few years ago and attracted more attention than most politicians. He was also careful to say that he was coming to listen, rather than to make statements. Mr. Gere listened to everyone, from Hamas supporters to Jewish settlers, and in turn all sides flocked to see him.

South Africa's Perspective

While the world press has widely reported the controversy surrounding South Africa's invitation to the Palestinian prime minister, it has failed to publish in full what the South African intelligence minister said defending the decision. I am reprinting it below. The idea that this is a reward to terrorism avoids dealing with the underlying issue.

Do Not Throw Stones at Iran

Amman, Jordan - My favorite proverb at these times is "if your house is made of glass, don't throw stones at your neighbors." This applies to nuclear power in Iran.

Israel is a Liability for U.S.

Ramallah, Palestine/Amman, Jordan - Americans are beginning to realize that their blind support for Israel hurts them far more than it helps.

U.S., Israel, & Moderate Islam Gains

Ramallah, Palestine/Amman, Jordan - Mr. Bush has come closer to earth and Israel's Prime Minister publically offered a Palestinian state, improving the position of both.

For Iran and Israel, Use the Same Yardstick

Amman, Jordan - I don't accept the logic of this question. Iran's pursuit of nuclear energy is as much her right as that of any other country in the region. Only if two conditions are met would I support a...

Israel Cannot Isolate Itself

Amman, Jordan - Many in the Arab region believe that Hezbollah's Hassan Nasrallah demonstrates political integrity and a willingness to fight for his issues. The end of this conflict will strengthen their beliefs....

A New Balance of Terror?

Amman, Jordan - There is no doubt that the war on Lebanon will make the Middle East and the world much more dangerous. On the day of the ceasefire, which will one day come, Israel will find itself where they...

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